As the Corona Virus Covid-19 vaccine debate rages on, South African actress Bonnie Mbuli took to Twitter to share details about what she is currently experiencing after getting the Corona Virus vaccine, according to her the pain she is currently feeling as a result of the Corona Virus vaccine's side effects is worse than the pain she felt after she tested positive for Covid-19 previously.
Bonnie Mbuli is a very popular celebrity, so obviously that means that her story about her Covid-19 vaccine side effects received a lot of attention, and other people are also responding with their own stories about the Corona Virus vaccine side effects...
"My brother had bad side effects he couldn't get out of bed for 2 days"
"Nobody I know had any side effects of any consequence whatsoever. Your tweet serves no purpose but to alarm. Tell me otherwise."
"Oh Bonnie, I’ve been sick for the past 2 months. I took my first jab on 23July, been sick till to date."
"I am still exhausted even now, getting out of bed is a mission 😩. Its actually worse than covid itself. I'm now skeptical of going for the 2nd jab aaaai 🥴"
"Imagine what could happen to a person with a weaker immune system or underlying illness?
People must be taken for medicals before vaccination."
"Took my first Pfizer jab yesterday. My left arm muscles are painful. Struggling to even move my arm. Still battling a headache from yesterday. What scares me is, the 2nd Jab is said to have worse side effects, to that of the 1st."
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